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Introduction to Government: American: Political Linkages

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Transcript of Introduction to Government: American: Political Linkages

Agents of Socialization Political Socialization
Agents of Socialization IV. Acquiring our Public Opinion? Specific Public Opinion
The Jaywalk All-stars
General Public Opinion
Sharing a core belief in American Values
Liberalism/Capitalism III. What is the Public Opinion? Surveys and Polling
Problems with Polling
Sampling
Questions
Interpretation of Results II. How Public Opinion? The Uneasy Fit
Essential For Democracy
Necessary, Not Sufficient I. Why Public Opinion? Why Public Opinion?
The Uneasy Fit
Essential for Democracy
Necessary, Not Sufficient
How Public Opinion?
Surveys and Polling
Problems with Polling
Sampling
Questions
Interpretation
What Public Opinion?
Specific
General
Acquiring Public Opinion
Political Socialization
Agents of Socialization Public Opinion Media as Link
Media as Party
Media as Selector
Media as Racefans
Media as Doomsayers IV. Mediated Elections Newsworthiness
Agenda-Setting
Socialization
Nationalism
Liberalism
Capitalism
Ethnocentrism
Interpretation: Framing
Persuasion :Political Bias III. Roles of the Media Economic Interests
Interesting
Professional Interests
Fair
Political Interests
Contacts/ Sources II. Interests are the True Biases Information
Watchdog Role I. Powers and Responsibilities The powers and responsibility of the Media?
Control of Information
The Watchdog Role
Interests are the True Biases
Economic Interests (Interesting)
Professional Interests (Fair)
Political Interests (Contacts/Sources)
Roles of Media
Newsworthiness
Agenda-Setting
Socialization
Nationalism
Liberalism
Capitalism
Ethnocentrism
Interpretation: Framing
Persuasion: Political Bias
Mediated Elections
Media as Link
Media as Party
Media as Selector
Media as Racefans
Media as Doomsayers The Media Conceptions of Freedom
The Rubric V. The Two Party Rubric Articulation and Popularization
Social Movement Role
Express Grievances
Interest Group Role
Change the Parties, Change America IV. Role of Third Parties Electoral Rules
Proportional Representation
Single-Member District Plurality
Restrictions
Public Opinion III. Why a Two-Party System? Continuity: Two-Party System
Change
Realignment
Dealignment II. History Agent of Interest Aggregation
Parties-n-Democracy: Universal
Parties in America: Unique
Coalition Parties
Vague
Candidate-Centered I. Party On Party On
Agent of Interest Aggregation
Parties-n-Democracy: Universal
Parties in America: Unique
Coalition Parties
Diverse
Vague
Candidate Oriented
History
Continuity: Two Party System
Change
Realignment
Dealignment
Why a Two Party System
Electoral Rules
Proportional Representation
Single-Member District Plurality System
Restrictions
Public Opinion
Role of Third Parties in America
Articulation and Popularization
Expression of Grievances
Change the Two Parties, Change America
The Two-Party Rubric Political Parties Responsible Party Government
Platform
Education/Campaigning
Clear Choice
Governing/Keeping Promises
Electoral Competition
Retrospective Voting
Electoral Reward and Punishment II. Understanding/Modeling Elections Why Elections?
Why Vote?
The Non-Voters I. Elections and Democracy Elections and Democracy
Why Elections?
Why Vote?
The Non-Voters
Understanding/Modeling Elections
Responsible Party Government
Platform
Education/Campaigning
Clear Choice
Governing/Keeping Promises
Electoral Competition
Retrospective Voting
Electoral Reward and Punishment
Electing (a President)
Recruitment
Early Campaigning
Primaries
General Election Voting & Elections Recruitment
Early Campaigning
Primaries
General Election III. Electing (a President)
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